I'm about to start running a game of Dogs in the Vineyard. Having never done so before, I'm curious for an estimate of how many (and what type) of dice I'll wind up needing. Each of my players has a regular D20 set (a d4, d6, d8, pair of d10s, a d12, and a d20) and I currently have four such sets, plus a small bucket of d6s and d10s left over from my White Wolf and Shadowrun days. After character creation, characters will have around 15d6, plus a handful of d6-d10s. But how many of those are going to be in play at any given time? (Broadly speaking.) The book suggests 20d6, and 8d4, 8d8, and 8d10 (Going on the high end) but doesn't mention any d12, though those are also valid dice. Are those decent numbers? If it helps, I have four players.
I would like to avoid running out mid session, but also would obviously prefer to spend the minimum amount of money getting more dice.
In an average game of Dogs in the Vineyard, how many dice (and of what types) do you need at any given time, and thus roughly how many dice do you need to have on hand?